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- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Detached Barn Conversion
- Lovely Village Location
- Views Over Open Countryside
- Sitting Room, Lounge And Conservatory
- Four Bedrooms
- Extensive Private Parking
- Mature Landscaped Garden
- Stabling And Over Two And A Half Acres Of Paddock
- Recent Consent Granted For An Extension To Create A Small Annexe
- EPC RATING: D
An Imaginatively Designed And Beautifully Presented Detached Barn Conversion Enjoying A Lovely Village Location With Views Over Open Countryside And Offering Versatile And Very Contemporary Four Bedroomed Accommodation With Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing, Porch, Lobby, Sitting Room, Lounge, Conservatory, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Boot Room, Shower/Cloakroom, Two Bathrooms, Extensive Private Parking, Mature Landscaped Garden, Stabling And Over Two And A Half Acres Of Paddock. Energy Rating "D"
Location & Description
Elms Barn enjoys a lovely position on the outskirts of the highly regarded village of Mathon approximately four miles from Great Malvern, just over three miles from the well served village of Colwall and about eight miles from Ledbury, all of which provide a comprehensive choice of amenities. Malvern in particular boasts a variety of shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex and the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium. Transport communications are excellent. There are mainline railway stations in Great Malvern, Colwall and Ledbury and Junction 7 of the M5 motorway at Worcester is about eleven miles. Mathon itself is a classic English village lying on the borders of Herefordshire and Worcestershire in the heart of unspoilt countryside and within reach of numerous footpaths, bridleways and walks including the eight miles range of the Malvern Hills which are only a short drive away.
The property itself is less than two minutes on foot from the village church and stands in an easily maintained and mature landscaped garden with a lovely gated approach over a long gravel driveway. From this private setting it enjoys views across its own ground and paddocks (which extend to over two and a half acres) towards woodland and hillside in the distance. It is a great spot and within its curtilage there is a modern stable and extensive off road parking. Originally forming part of a range of outbuildings, Elms Barn was sympathetically converted into residential use in the 1980's. Since then it has been the subject of further updating. The end result is an extremely contemporary, imaginatively designed detached home with the flexibility to accommodate a traditional family but also compact enough to suit the busy working couple or the active retired. A number of features are worthy of note including oak flooring, mains gas central heating, double glazed windows and highly efficient log burners in three of the reception rooms making this a very warm house. The majority of the accommodation is at ground floor level which makes the property ideal for those who may need to avoid stairs. An attractive porch opens into a small lobby, off which is an open plan hall/sitting room, a shower room that doubles as a cloakroom, a large lounge, a conservatory (with views over the garden and countryside), a dining room, well equipped kitchen, boot room and two bedrooms, one of which has its own en-suite bathroom. On the first floor an attractive landing leads to two further bedrooms and to a bathroom.
Of Oak and brick construction with part glazed door leading to
Entrance Lobby - 8ft (2.48m) × 3ft 6in (0.93m)
With radiator and oak flooring. This is open plan to the
Sitting Room/Reception Hall - 18ft (5.58m) × 9ft 4in (2.79m)
A lovely entrance to the house with feature oak flooring, staircase to first floor (cupboard below), radiator, two wall light points. The focal point of this room is a two way brick fireplace with raised quarry hearth supporting an impressive woodburner that also serves the dining room. Glazed doors to dining room and lounge (described later).
Half tiled and having large shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, radiator, extractor fan and double glazed window. this room was completely refurbished with a brand new suite in 2019.
Lounge - 22ft 7in (6.82m) × 14ft 1in (4.34m)
The focal point of this room is a large fireplace with brick surround, timber mantle and slate hearth supporting woodburner. Part of the room has a raised ceiling with two Velux windows overhead. Attractive oak flooring, two radiators, double glazed window, ceiling downlighting, double glazed door leading outside. Further door leading to bedroom (described later) and pair of glazed doors leading to
Conservatory - 14ft (4.34m) × 12ft 10in (3.72m)
Double glazed to three aspects with lovely views over the garden and beyond to open countryside. Double glazed door leading into garden. Overhead combined fan/light, radiator and quarry tiled floor.
Bedroom - 12ft 2in (3.72m) × 6ft 1in (1.86m)
Radiator, double glazed window and open archway to
En Suite Bathroom
Partly tiled and having panelled bath with mixer shower tap, low level WC, wash basin with shelf and fluorescent shaving light above, extractor fan, radiator, ceiling downlighters and double glazed window.
Dining Room - 14ft (4.34m) × 9ft 8in (2.79m)
Approached from the hall this shares the two way fireplace and woodburner mentioned earlier. Oak floor, glazed door leading outside. Ceiling downlighting, radiator, part glazed partition and door to.
Kitchen - 14ft 8in (4.34m) × 9ft (2.79m)
Fully equipped with a range of floor and eye level cupboards with drawers and granite worktops, Integrated Belfast style sink with mixer tap. Fitted dishwasher, large “Falcon” range COOKER with five gas HOBS, two OVENS, GRILL and SLOW OVEN as well as Falcon extractor canopy above and large fitted mirror behind. Ceramic tiled floor, beamed ceiling with downlighters, double glazed door leading to
Utility Room - 8ft 8in (2.48m) × 9ft 3in (2.79m)
Floor and eye level cupboards with timber worktops, Belfast style sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine, radiator, gas fired central heating boiler, ceramic tiled floor, beamed ceiling and glazed stable style door to
Boot Room/Rear Porch - 9ft 4in (2.79m) × 4ft 10in (1.24m)
Ceramic tiled floor, pine cladding, access to roof space, glazed door leading outside and further door leading to
Bedroom - 13ft 4in (4.03m) × 10ft 6in (3.1m)
Radiator, part timbering to walls and ceiling, double glazed windows to two aspects.
Galleried Landing - 18ft 2in (5.58m) × 10ft (3.1m)
Two overhead Velux windows, radiator, two wall light points, access to roof space, built in airing cupboard with factory lagged cylinder and slatted shelving. Further built in wardrobe with shelf above.
Bedroom - 14ft (4.34m) × 12ft 3in (3.72m)
Range of fitted furniture including one double and three single wardrobes with cupboards above, two matching bedside cabinets and dressing table with cupboards below. Velux window, access to roof space and double glazed window.
Bedroom - 13ft 6in (4.03m) × 9ft 7in (2.79m)
Radiator, built in wardrobe with shelf above. Two Velux windows.
Half tiled and having free standing oval bath with mixer/shower tap, low level WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator, wall light point, Velux window, wall mounted heater, ceiling downlighting and ceramic tiled floor.
Planning consent was granted in October 2019 for the construction a a new single storey extension adjacent to the ground floor double bedroom, effectively converting it into a self-contained annexe. The plans and drawings for this extension can be seen on Herefordshire Councils Planning Portal under application no. 192688. Drawings are also available from the selling agents Malvern office.
Elms Barn enjoys a lovely approach through a gated entrance on to a long gravel driveway flanked to each side by lawns, fruit trees and railings. The drive continues to the rear of the house where there is a large open gravelled parking area enclosed by hedging, fencing and a low stone wall. The main garden lies to the front of the house and is laid to lawn with a gravel and paved patio and boundary hedging. At strategic points there is external lighting and an outside tap. A gated entrance opens directly into the adjacent paddock which leads down to a tree lined stream. Within the curtilage there is a modern
Stable Block - 24ft (7.44m) × 12ft (3.72m)
With one stable and one haystore.
We have been advised that mains gas, electricity and water are connected to the property. The house has a private septic tank drainage system. There are TV and telephone points strategically placed in the house. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request. John Goodwin FRICS has made every effort to ensure that measurements and particulars are accurate however prospective purchasers/tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of the information provided. No information with regard to planning use, structural integrity, tenure, availability/operation, business rates, services or appliances has been formerly verified and therefore prospective purchasers/tenants are requested to seek validation of all such matters prior to submitting a formal or informal intention to purchase/lease the property or enter into any contract.
We are advised (subject to legal verification) that the property is freehold.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "F" (Review Pending - Herefordshire Council_ This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Energy Performance Certificate
The EPC rating for this property is D (60).
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From the agents office in Great Malvern proceed north along the A449 towards Malvern Link for a short distance taking the first fork to the left into North Malvern Road. Follow this route uphill into West Malvern Road and on to the west side of the hills. After approximately a mile turn right into Croft Bank, following this route downhill where after a few hundred yards you will pass Runnings Park on you left hand side. Continue for exactly 1.20 miles where at the next Junction fork right towards Mathon, passing the village hall on your right hand side. Continue for almost half a mile into Mathon itself. The gated entrance to Elms Barn can be seen on the left hand side just before a small bridge and before the church.
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